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Nov 11, 2012 1:30am PST
to discuss university system finances. san jose's measure d,which raises the city's minimum wage from eight to ten dollars, passed by a substatial margin. now other cities across the country are looking to do the same and credit can go to students here. tyler huffman is live on campus with the story. thats right elliot. a group of students was able to initiate and campaign for measure d. and it all started during a classroom discussion two years ago at s-j-s-u... ">>>inside this building... in these hallways... in a classroom just like this... the campus alliance for economic justice group, also know as cafe j, came together to bring economic justice to san jose. the group created measure d during a class discussion... brooke wayne" "there was research, there was polling, there was petitioning, there was community organizing, there was phone banking, there was precinct walking, there was coilition building, there was a lot of steps." patrick quio participated in cafe j's debates on measure d, he thinks younger people have a louder voice than they think. patrick quio" "we're often told by th
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